GRANIT XHAKA has left fans stunned after producing a marvellous assist against Brentford.
The Swiss midfielder was the creative crux as Gabriel Jesus doubled Arsenal's lead over Brentford with a delightful header into the top corner.
And it was Xhaka's pinpoint cross into a dangerous area which left fans in amazement.
Many were quick to pile on the praise for him, and declared Xhaka was not given enough respect.
One user said: "Great assist from Xhaka, underrated baller."
A second user said: "Granit Xhaka deserves far more respect, that assist was sublime."
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Journalist Freddie Paxton joined in with the praise, saying: "Top quality assist from Xhaka on that Jesus goal.
"Seems more people might actually be watching him play this season and judging him on that, as opposed to being unable to form their own opinions and just assuming he’s a ‘liability’."
Xhaka has been in fine form this season after moving into a more advanced role within the team.
SunSport revealed earlier this week Xhaka was registering the lowest tackle stats of his career so far.
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Prior to the arrival of Thomas Partey to The Emirates, Xhaka was primarily used as a defensive midfielder, but his rash tendencies made him a liability for The Gunners.
But now, with less responsibility defending he has been allowed to double down on his attacking exploits, to great effect.
The 29-year-old has now registered three assists and a goal this campaign, with the second half at the Gtech Community Stadium underway.
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